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Mosey along out West

Mosey along out West

Students from St. Dominic Savio School sing as part of the musical, "Go West", in a rehearsal held at McKenna Hall on Thursday, a musical about the settlement of the West by the pioneers.

City wants sustained growth, not a 'boom'

The City of Weyburn is more interested in seeing sustained growth than in experiencing a boom, as many people are characterizing the ongoing growth of construction and businesses in the city, Mayor Debra Button told the Rotary Club in her annual addr
Athlete wins first at Iron Girl

Athlete wins first at Iron Girl

Sharon Styles bikes during the Las Vegas Iron Girl Triathlon, held on April 30. She won first place in the Iron Girl, out of 640 finishers.

Cenovus hosts Regina Symphony Chamber Players

The Regina Symphony Chamber Players are hitting the road again this spring for a return visit to Weyburn on May 9. The goal is to introduce live orchestral music to audiences that might not regularly be exposed to an orchestra.
Souris River has peaked; dikes removed

Souris River has peaked; dikes removed

City workers got busy removing the dike at Government Road on May 2, as the Souris River has peaked through Weyburn, according to officials.

Orange Crush meets Blue Tide

Jennifer's Journal

Upcoming Minor Football registration and mini-camp

Weyburn Minor Football (WMF) has set the date for their mini-camp and 2011 registration process. "For the last two years, WMF has held a one-day mini-camp designed to give kids a chance to come out and see what football is like.

Mosaic donates $4 million to Children's Hospital Foundation

The Mosaic Company made a $4 million donation to the Children's Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan. The announcement was made on April 29, as the Foundation's "Be a Part of It" Capital Campaign was unveiled.

Comp project goes to tender; APES at capacity

A recent meeting of the Board of the South East Cornerstone School Division outlined several decisions regarding Weyburn and area schools.

Civic Election made official

With the Federal Election in the books, the City of Weyburn has officially given notice of their election for City Councillor. Voting will take place on May 18 from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Weyburn Junior High School.
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